Niamh Donnelly

Neil Jordan interview: Perspectives on fortune and freedom

Books Niamh Donnelly 6 days ago

Danielle McLaughlin interview: Slow and steady wins the race

Books Niamh Donnelly 1 week ago

Doireann Ni Ghriofa: ‘I don’t think we have anything to fear from the kingdom of the dead’

Books Niamh Donnelly 2 months ago

Zeitgeist: New voices in a changing country

Books Niamh Donnelly 4 months ago

Sisters: Avant-garde horror story buckles under weight of its own strangeness

Books Niamh Donnelly 5 months ago

Sherkin Island: where art and community meet

A murder mystery which examines the fear factor in true crime documentaries

Books Niamh Donnelly 5 months ago

Tennis Lessons: Dark but daring debut gives it its best shot

Books Niamh Donnelly 7 months ago

This Happy: Rich and rebellious prose bring this debut to a different level

Books Niamh Donnelly 7 months ago

Almost the Same Blue: Sharply observed short stories that catch the complexity of life

Books Niamh Donnelly 8 months ago

Abbie Greaves: ‘Often the silent treatment is a kind of narcissist revenge. It can be wielded as a weapon’

Books Niamh Donnelly 9 months ago

Notes from an Apocalypse: O’Connell takes an intriguing journey through interesting times

Books Niamh Donnelly 10 months ago

The Weight of Love: Fannin gets under the skin with brilliant debut novel

Books Niamh Donnelly 10 months ago

Actress: Enright has the last laugh with razor-sharp prose

Books Niamh Donnelly 1 year ago

The Temple House Vanishing: intriguing debut plays with the rules

Books Niamh Donnelly 1 year ago

Threshold: Rob Doyle presents new possibilities to receptive readers

Books Niamh Donnelly 1 year ago